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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; light westerly
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 17.
VOL. LXXX.NO. 31.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912. eowiau, ifn. v mmis- and ..idi..m,, awcmma.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
TREMAN OR GLYNN
,1- MAY HEAD TICKET
DoloniUos Favor nn Vpslnlo
M:in in an Opon
DIX AND HOWLING OUT
Alton 1$. Parker for
Reply lo Rrynn.
ns (iU IJRXOirS FKIKNI)S T IM'K
Hi Offireliolilfis Tnlk for Hint
While Lenders Protect to
Sf i, N V.. Sept. 30. Without
ny f j'J ami feathers It may bp stated
fit nntii.is-oil ninl disinterested opln
n f innnv Democrats hero that pmb
olj n- more curious or utiomulnus
'ua'inti hns. confiolltcd the Demo
a,,r parte In many jears than that
uh'.ib confronts It In this city to-day.
An das long anil until a Into hour
tn-nigl i.'harlps F. .Murphy, sui rounded
iv William U. Fltzpatrlcl:. lender of
I ne county; .luhn II. McCooey, leader
' K ns. 1'atrlck K. MrCabe, Ipailpr of
loans WilHani II. Kelly. leader of
i iionddga. James K. MeGuIre of Domo
italic national headquarters, New York
i v. and mans others lnllucntl.il lit
' Demon atie organization of the
Jntc. fa' ill a spacious apartment
In U' iimmdaga lloti'l listening to an
!. mn'l universal romplaliu from thp
nlpgntes ami county leaders that Gov,
I' sh"jld not he renominated.
They furnished nn tialancho of testl
m.n ti the effect thai the Itcpuhll
i.ms in all the counties want Gov. D!x
renominated, in the belief that they
lau eJMl) overwhelm hltu nml thu
iv.,nncratle State ticket nt the polls on ntl. 0n Sunday night Judge W. it. Moor- Its text practically amount to nn ultl
if Hon dc All day long this proccjs house married the young woman to'nintum from Servln. Servln asks Tur
' earius down Dl has proceeded with Richard I.ubcke of this city nt tho Flor- key to decide within forty-eight hours
'.nabated Uitr und Intensity. ence lrtn early yesterday morning. whether to allow tho detained war
There -ih not one single bright ray The wedding camp as a spiiiel to n Joy j munitions to go to Servln or to be re
'Ah h penetrated the gloom nnd d pt.i , ride from New York on Saturday night, turned to the manufacturers In France,
ot the charges of these delegates nnd! Policeman Urlggs of Tnrrytown says t Is understood that If Turkey does
founts lendery concerning the futility 1 that when the turkey trotting was , not ronmlv with ih.. 1mnmt ih'.. Har.
' t- Ui t renomlnatlon. Nothing
as been seen like It In a Pe'mocratle
j ate convention In a lifetime.
t'rnr lli frni 1 lid lilt.
Jt was Just one Niagara torrent thit
he Democra.s of the Slate believe Gov.
fi to be weak personally nnd polltl
a ly and In the exent of hi1 renomlna
i.on the Democratic tickets In nil the
cuntles would be swamped on election
In another spacious he.idiiuarters not
ar from where these lending Demo
crats sat In the same hotel Democrats
like Senator O'C.orman, State Senator )
Robert F. Wagner and others ere ,
framing a platform on which to go bn-
lure mo voters or me Mine in tne up-
proacntng campaign, and tne Keystone;
nnd arch nnd foundation of this plat
form were the orfonii,incc's of the
Democratic patty In the State under tin
DIM administration. This curious anom
n y was remarked by those who don't
care a button whether Gov. Dlx is
renominated or not. They spoke of it,
however, as one of the most interesting
features In their Democratic experience.
Notwithstanding, however, this anom
n nnd this extremely odd sltimtlon
'lere ti.n i n Democrat In Hyrncti.e For the third time Mrs. Leslie Carter
t -night who does not believe that ihoiwns discharged from bankruptcy yes
i stltnony nnd the mountain of objee-' terdas by Judge Mayer, thereby rellev
'en' to Gov. Dlx's renomlnutlon hnvo I Itig her of debts amounting to $10,453.
f.'jrely eliminated him nnd thnt thero on n petition tiled against heron Fetiru
if n't the slightest prospect of his re- nry 4, 1911.
i. 'm. nation. Nevertheless u little band Mrs. Leslie Carter went through
,. Dlx s olllceholdeiH assembled I
nfrrnoon nnd decided to bombard
I P ii ileiinre Hint UIX IS wenKlin ner mscniinie, inn mier .i uio-i .iimi-
r '1 s.,!. ,!d be set ufide. Gallantly , ment the Judge gianted the Idea.
ratli" to the- Governor's support.! ' '
1 'i cine his reiiuis why Dlx should McCLUSKY DANGEROUSLY ILL.
m 'tnlnnteil nnd each n piled to tho!
. -n-T's critics. I Police Inspeetor Is SiilTrrliiK From
" niidnlcht Publle S-r Ice Com
r -M iner IIuppucli marshalled thc three
eKaiev ftom Washington county and
r si i re "f rooters from the mme county,
(',. .finor's Imiiie county, and pre
' ei Ik in to the conference of Demo-
aiierii nnd demanded Gov. D!. s
i' nation This Is the only countv
'.:s timn that has spoken up for
' '. 'i nor.
T" i.-iilt. thciefnie. of the ilay'n
i ''"nn", which haw extend' d tar
! ' ' '' night. Is that both Gov. Dlx
ii 1 s i tun" Coui t Justice Dowllng
i 1 n eliminated as candidates for
1 n There Is more tnllc at mid-
" f Martin II. GI.Mii! than nt nny
f. Indeed, Ttoman und Glynn
" ' i 'i "le fiiiefi out ns pocslbllltlea.
Snn K en urn iiner Ollles,
' "is an Ni tiiieii of i igdensburg,
i leaped iirii rev. arils from tho
i hi" i. citation, m!'I: r
i-i. I- entlilPd to icomlnatlon"
'"- to a iltv precedent. No
I lain lioveiiior Ii.in eer so
' nation hiii' I'Ppii ii-rcnl Without
"I ' ImKoiei. 'o pr"i edeiit lie I nbi-
I i c ,!'i'liil in ,i ii no' iliiat i'ni on the
ne II ailn nu t r:ii ion Ii.ih been clean,
1 ' '"'in ,i' ,ind liiiMeeHi,o
it II e Ite-
' e li)lo I.M'.vr I lie lleilld III, I
I an p.it t. Ii ill made extr
n .i lllmimji)! in i es of our
V I 'H in Die I oii'.nri' un4 liiimimril . 1
Ii -ate on Hie letirn of bnnkl nnti'l".
ll ll ...I.. I. .
siuted It iieilil In i:iii, when Hie
b linjir , a in Hull .nu n 1:1 i n ,ir, ,i,,.r.
I' ,7 7 ' ,7 7 '
puli' nn pint -oi.
hi ii: i,ov. Hu In tm. ve'ool nMitoiiria -
It 'Otis oiuuiritiiiu- in 1 1 if Il!,ehlli.in s-
M'inbiv iiggregatii neml. tlmieen luillmus
Kf dolls, k red d Hie iui.it to -ui'li extent
Ih. ih w am., at m e.e dining
nil tern, ih mnr mie inilllon deUtr less
Hian llM of hU predeiPs.or (,nv Dlv's
..hdrnlni'triKleii U.- nl n inen hnnett, efficient
Continued on Fourth Vaoc
RECORD SEPTEMBER COLD.
Mercury ii,,,,,, , within 7 Hearers
uf Prerslna; I'ulnl.
The Ijit day of September was n
record breaker fnr cold weather. Ask
nny one who suffered through the hall
The Weather llureuti shnrps say tli.it
the lowest fall of the iniiroury 1 lit t they
linve made records of In September
since the office was established romn
at 0:30 o'clock yesterday morning, whan
milkmen utid peg pout policemen and
eaily risers shivered In u temperature
of .T.l decrees.
This Ik Jiifl 7 degree above the freez
Inn point. A nhnrp northwest wind
blowing around the casements of tin
heated apartment hniisp made Jani
tors' lives diurnal,
From tho Adlrondacks comes news
of the II rut snowstorm of the season.
At the Weather Bureau they pre
dict it continued slump In the mercury
for some days. So It's u good time to
get one of those fuzzy new coats und
see that your coal Is In.
SUED FOR HIS WIFE'S DEBT.
I.nllirr Martin, Progresslx e Cm lull
dnte. Had Warned Merchants.
I.uther Martin, the Uull Moose candl-
date for Mayor of West Orange, N. .1 , check the most bellicose feellngH. These
was defendant yesterday In a Circuit efforts ought to succeed.
Court proceeding brought by James Mci The news from the centres most con
Crecry & Co. of New York to recover ' periled In the Balkan Imbroglio is mea
tSf.2.42 for goods bought by Mrs. Mar-'gre. A late despatch from Athens ron-lin-
! rtrniM the earlier reports that Greece
The case has not yet reached the dp- has come In line with Ittilgarla and
fence, hut It Is said that Martin will , Servln and orders an Immediate muhl
show that he publicly advertised that he , ligation.
would not be responslblo for debts con- Thu order affects the Greek navy ns
traded by his ulfo. 'well as the urmy. The reported mobl-
The tlrst advertisement that Martin ' ll'atlon of the Montenegrin fighting
published was about 'two years ago. and , forces bus not been continued.
It gave rise to the report that he nnd his' Turkey, It Is alleged, under .pressure
wife were nt odds, but both assuted re-' from the Powers, lias decided '.to hold
porters that they were living happily, her "innnceiivreM," which are th-Mammc-At
'that time Martin said he published ! dlate cause of the Halkn mobilisations.
the advertisement becanno of bis wlfo's 1 further south Instead of around .Tjlflan
evtravagance. . ople. but her future action Is 'riot oltl-
Martin Is piesldent f Wllckes, Martin . dally reported.
& Wllckes, chemical manufacturers, Constantinople, Sept. .10. While the
with works at Camden He Is a member Porte to-day professed optimism In re
of the Gormantown Cricket Club, the 1 gard to the llalkun situation the dlplo
Drug nnd Chemical Club, and president , mats were no more hopeful for peace
of the New York Paint, Oil and Varnish , than they were on Sunday. As an In-
TURKEY TROTTING GIRE WEDS.
Wim Flnrd lo for Dniu-lnaj nn Street
Wrildril hy Name .Indite.
After fining Margaret .V. Perry of 6
! West 101th street $10 for dancing the
I turkev trot In the streets of Tjtrrvtmvn 1
sioppeu .miss i-erry on mm on me nanu.
.ciier n'liviiiK i-oiiri me parxj went lo
the Florence Inn, where I.ubcke dared
the young woman to marry him. Sim
nccep!eu anu niter arousing tne town ,)0,mHr ,.Nritement. No Intimations re
clerk to get n license they called upon , Karinnp ,hH Turklih Government's nt
.ludge Moorhouse to oftlclate. When he , tU()e , r0Karil , . nioMllzallons
cori.-u mm u ln,. g,ri woo nau .
been turkey trotting be consented,
' FIRE HORSE SAVES -BOY.
Mirrud Ills Feet, Sn I. ail. Who
In Front of OueiimlnK' Kniclne,
llyman Penrlmnn, 7 years old, of 6." i
Christopher street. Brownsville, slipped
iiisi nltht nnd fell in front of the horses
of Kglne 131 going to a tire. The boy'a
llyman credits Black Bpaut one of
the horses, with saving his llfp. As the
bov fell the horse spread Is feet and
went over him without stepping on him.
A wheel of the engine broke the boy's
MRS. CARTER OUT OF DEBT.
Actress Itelleted of 1 11,40.1 llurilen
Its .IimIkc .tlnyer.
bankruptcy previously In 1 SS nnd J907.
Attorneys- for IipV creditors objected!
j Alterntlnn "f the llliiud,
j Police Inspector George W McClus
Icy, known to the force as Chesty
George. Is seriously 111 at IiIh home,
; L'U'3 Wcst Seventieth street, ills physl
clan, Police Surgeon Charles Nnmmack,
; diagnoses his case ns "profound alter
ation of the blond."
Inspector MrClusk.v's Illness dates
from an attack of ptomaine poisoning
nfler n shore dinner In August. Ills
' condition since the middle of Spptem-
i her has been precarious, and three
I nurses n constantly In attendance.
HARVARD HAS RAT CATCHER.
Aiiolnts One lo l'reenl llestruellon
of Monks nnd Pupers.
CAMmuno,, Sept. 30-To prevent tho
flcHtnit tlu of many Interesting books,
papers, pictures and valuables of vn -
rlous kinds In the college buildings. Hnr-
vnr,, cmverslty has added to Its stnff
' r ,.,,,,,,. n olllclal nil ealeber. Ihe
. rtrM. ., no I n t mo nl of thu k nd. so far ns
in hi ii,..o,i ,,., ... n,
i i .. .e l. ' ':.. 1 iU n . ! . l
Johnson of Somervlllp Is the new officer.
He entered on his duties Friday night,
1 "V',: , i : ,
, I"" nio n mlmln s ,m ' ' ' l e
iinlvr rs 1. lie s he I c, fa H ,
lM"lei. two fc ruts and mnns nap-
making Ills first vlrlt to I'nUerall.v Hull.
I nOTlTXTAT "TflTI TJPnTJtTM" TtVATI
' U1UU1))U A V,' . 4.A
- ' ,,:,:unr ''
Lu.mmi... Sept. 30. -The Bin Angiuipis
! orlebar. who was the oflgltiil f,,r
ii...rl,..-k "T.,ni Brown at Kllgliv" 111 n
.,, u, ,) .mugger Williams, Is dead
,,i thi. nJ! Vif 8S However, he was not
".'""ode or Tom Brown ! other re
e?tei Ti inelr howroSmi. wVllth Avc.-Arfi
POWERS YET HOPE FOR
PEACE IN THE BALKANS
lSiilpii-iii. Servitt mid (i recce All
Mohili.inp; on Respective.
EXCITEMENT IN CAPITALS
Servin Sends Fltitnntiim
Turkey (Jreek Ships Or
dered to Athens.
.ii.mi Cable Dridtci In Tun H
Ion'Ik)N, Oct. 1. -'Although the
situation In the Italkans Is extremely
threatening to-day. peace has not yet
been broken and hope Is expressed In
the nlllclal quarters of all the great
Towers that wnr will not be the out
come of the tangle. This does not mean
that the Powers do not see the danger
of the situation, hut that they depre
cate, the pessimism of the newspapers
and believe that dlnlumuttc efforts will
stance of this the Greek Minister here,
M. Gryparls, U quoted as saying that
matters have token u serious turn to
day nnd that Greece tins ordered all
Greek ships to leave Turkish waters and
recalled the Greek ottlcers who are on
The Servian Minister to-day handed
n note to the Porte, nnd the manner
,if It tirnu..ntnitnn nml th..
Vlan Minister will leave Constantinople
Tho Servian und Bulgarian military
mobilizations became known here, only
tn-nlirlll wllen fherti ivnu runulitumhtn
haVP ,.,M, c.rclated. but It Is specil-
lated that the Porte Is likely to arrange
ii more extensive concentration of troops
tli:in U'nn ilrtili.'n..it fur the nitt n, em rn .
1 . ' .
BKt.-.iMi:. Sept. 30. arloiis rumorsV "" ..,..,...
were In circulation here to-d-.y In con- l'"'"""t communication with spirits
Turkey. One report states that the
Servian Minister hns already left Con-
The former Servian Minister of Wn",
M. Stepanos Itch. Is rooperntlng with
the present War .Milliner. Gen. Putnlk,
in regurd to the military movemen
Fnlowlng the seml-ottlrlal anounce
ments that the Government had decided
' on the mobilization of the army crowd
gathered In the streets singing thp
(patriotic songs and cheering the Gov-
j The army Is clamoring for war The
newspapers are printing special edl-
no . e.ence i.engue ,s mv.iing vol
unteprs to enroll.
1 lit ..! ,1 lllilv II I I- UlliUIIIK IIU u w
aeroplanes and IH horses, which were
consigned to Turkey.
Sort. Sept. 30. Tln re were patriotic
.l.m.m.lro l...a In 1 1. .. .ll'Anl. lw.... ... '
. (ay T1. rI1(irl,.(, ,.0operntlo,', of S-rvl'. !
e In the demonstration agnlnst ,
ruruey nils awaaeneo excneu eninnst
asm. The Bulgarian Cabinet sat for many
hours to-day In n conference on the
situation, and King Keidlnand presided
nt n meeting of the a- Council.
It Is reported that Itussla has nd -
Ised Bulgaria not to send any of the
mobilized troops to the fiontler.
The Government announces that mar
tial law hns been declared In the Phil!-
popolls and Boiirsns districts.
Bulgaria does not fear financial dlf-
tlcultles If hostilities break out with
f..-l.l. V...l,...tl tll.,1. l.nlla r...1.l
I'"'"-)' ..r.iiw...., imiin mu,,..- n'e,
reserves nmountlng to J20.000.000 lie-'
sides notes nnd silver nmountlng to
Atiik.vs. Sept 30. -This city was very:
I excited to-night when a definite order 1 lrHrk, at(.nP,i and then. n If reas
to mnbllizn the army was Issued. Tin- u,,1P,rt forward hk-bIii.
decision to Issue the order followed long
I conferences between the Grppk For -
' elirn Minister nnd the Bulnnrlan and
elgn Minister nnd the Bulgarian and ))Ml, ll(.comp of th( man until tho en
Sprylnn Ministers. brought his locomotive to n stop.
The official reason given for Ihe'"..,. i,,..,, mn Wl, nM i n,,
1 lie oritciai reason given roi uie
I J". 5?' ? ' " l. ' U'.r,1." "I
1 . " . . . ' . " J,.V.. .r , r i,n. i...
J . ... " . " . ... .n.. .... ... I
V"" ". ,.. , .'. ,
Turkev may resun in i uruey attaciiing
i,p n,hborlng States with a view of.
ibeling an Issue for her own dlltlcultles.
The Greek navy, which Is also being
mobilized, will be ilUlib.l Into two,
sqiindrons. one destined for the Gulf of,
( .r fn. ,,,
VJ1!SNA S()p( so . AllHttf,.lll(.
afternoon at the tlnul session
or the Austrian weiegiiiiuii i mini von country be partitioniHi as a result or the .or ouunerce, wiuie nuouier is n mem
Beichtold, the Aiistr.i-lliiiigi.i'lnn For- , Anglo-Hussion conferences nt Balmoral, er of Ihe Austrnllan Parliament,
elgn Minister, confirmed the report thnt ' JheVoreign Offi-en to-da Issued a tate- ! r llf'rk rr'"' ln " l",ft"u nessspnper
!i,,,pn!''. rri! "f
i iiiii.i.u- ...,v.e. , ,,
formed of any such action nu the parr
r"'i' """ "m no-
mtuation iii legani in iiiiw ivmi coun-
ll'lei WH equauj serious
i Hint con-
"riling Hulgarla nnd Turin , Mitt, he'
remarked, between or.leilng ,, moblllzu-1
lion and beginning l.os.lllues there Is I
n weighty decision to be taken. The
Powers, he added, now, as In the oast.
are making efforts to allay the dangers
,he "J'uft'on "J W0I1 continue
working for the maintenance of peac.
J. P. MORGAN A GODFATHER
Uanker (litre .Joseph II. Choate id,
Uuld Minion at Christening.
' Htockbhiikik, Mass., Sept. 30. The son
of Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. Choate, Jr.,
und only grandson of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Joseph 11, Choate, who was born Feb
ruary 22 last, was christened Joseph
I lodges Choute 3d In St. Paul's Kpls
copiil Church on Sunday afternoon, Sep
tember 22, according It' Hn announce
ment made to-day.
J. Plerpout Morgan was one of the
Kodfathers. Mr. Morgan was on a visit
In l.enox to Charles l.unler. The other
godfather was Carl De Gersdorf, and
Mrs. De Gersdorf wns the godmother.
Mr. Morgan's gift to his godson wus
a gold spoon.,
Mrs. Oscar luslgl. Miss N'ora laslgl,
John W. Kohtsaat nnd the Misses Amy
M. nnd Kdlth Kohlsaat were among
thoso present. The Rev. Thomas II.
Vardtey christened the child. Later tea
whs served at Naumkeag, the country
place of Joseph II. Choate.
BOY OF 16 INHERITS $846,249.
Hubert A. Chambers lleta Fortune
li Mother' Will.
Stock of the Singer Manufacturing
Company Is valued nt 1480 a share,
with pur value of $100, ln tho appraisal
of the estate, of Mrs. Josephine Blanche
Mrs. Chambers had 1,208 shares of
the stock, nppralsod at $379,840, and
her entire estate Is valued' at $846,241.
The estate all goes to her son, Robert
A. Chambers, 16 years old.
The boy's father died a few months
before his mother, and he has an In
come of $.",200 from the estate of his
father and $39,000 u year from Ills
t'nder hii order of thp court his
guardian, Mortimer M Singer, Is per
mitted to spend only $6,500 a s'eur for
his education and maintenance.
HIRE ROOM TO DESERT BABY.
Two Women Disappear Leaving: In
fant With llronklru Landlady.
The Rrouldyn police are looking for
two well dressed young women who
engaged a furnished room at 117 Nevlns
street on Saturday evening and dls
appeared on Sunday leaving a month
old baby behind them.
One of the women told Mrs. Faucett
n widow, her husband dying five
months ago, and that she was the
mother of tho baby. She explained that
she hd a falling out with her relatives
nnd had decided to go to work and
have the baby placed In some nursery.
The abandoned baby tins been put In
charge of the city nurse.
PRISONERS SHUN MRS. TR0ST.
Woman tpeused of Klillnic Husband
Says She Talks With Spirits.
Piut.siici.i'iiu. Sept. 30. Mrs. Freda
Trost, who is locked up in Moynmen
slng prls.m on the charge of murdering
her husband, has become nn object of
fear to the other women prisoners. She
sits seemingly motionless, but before
her eyes there pnss, she says, gleam
In,, r.l .urla lVir.i,iDl, u'litrtVS ! 1a In
! w'.(mV prlnon fear her and some
' ' , " " 1 M,e r,,rrM,,r t n i ,?.
six weens uiui sue 1111.1 iiet-n in me
prison she hns spoken only to her at
torney nnd her sister, who visits her
J',-, "k" 'II(r 'nVltlll,e toWHriI ,r
'keepers Is that of hatred.
,,' ...... ,
)lnK , nri,Pr .,,, ln,nn,y muy ')K. set
lin uu nrri nasr dii v ,-nitiiu-
up as a defence and that It will be
I ,' ,,,. ,.,, ,, ,u,i i .ulniloister nnv
, ,,,.,. , lu.r bwbanA with Intent to kill
1 Tm. mhn wlln ,s nccueed of being the
; accomplice of Mrs Trost cringes In his
c-eil. the aniunesis or .Mrs. rosi.
Tlll. most pathetic, figure n the case
the elgnt-year-oui ..a. iKiiier oi rs
! Trust. She has been told that her
lliuiori 1 141 r. (ClUie '! m i"iin j,,.,. ... , ....u.
she Is kept away from her playmates
I so thnt they may not tfll her where
Mrs. Trost Is.
CARRIED TO DEATH ON PILOT.
Aiilulsl, Warned, lrles on CrossInK
nml Is Killed.
Frank Woodhend, a wealthy linen
manufacturer of Wortendyke, N .1 . east
pntcrson. was struck s estr rdny ninrii-
'nK t the Midland Park crossing of,
the Susquehanna Itallrond by a train
which lifted him out of n crushed nu-
tomoblle nnd carried him stilt niive,
for more thsn n quarter of n mile on
Hie rnweatrher He d ed on Ills way
, ,,, pntPrsin hospital. The neighbors locked and bolted doors
... Woodhead was driving his auto-1 and windows nnd W. I.. Shumann, who
. .. . . . ...J .1.... . , . , ....
mojH nione wlien lie npproncnea inn
c.(IHt,lnK A Rgni mnn. knowing that
t,)e fHBt sunquchannn express was then
dlPj ((.clares he warned the manufne-
,.. ...hll tnni.-d before he KOt to the
Thp ,r(.i.. Btruck the car squarely In
' . nlll(P. N np could sop what
. . . . u ..
T1) niurc,i mRn WHs placed In the
car nnd taker, to Pa.er.on.
! He died Just ns the train got Into tha
I Hroodwny stntlon,
Woodhend was 49
years old nnd leaves u widow nnd four
PARTITION OF PERSIA DENIED.
Ilrlllsh Fnrelan Office Sojs 4 'n nfer.
enre Isn't fur Thnt Pnrpnsr.
Sont 30 In view of the de
from Teheran stating that tho
Government is fearful lest tho
m. howr given no .,1,1
f )1)0 )ins 0I ,no two uoverumonH in
, .... tu .i,imi l. riin.
So new political agreement affecting
Terslft has been dlsoUBswl Neither Power
has any Intention or ileRire to partition
. ' , d , oxpedito the with-
' 7J 'J . . "li rnni fe ni.t
,,0,h E e . . cfr'fu.lly considsring
how they could best assist in strength
ening the Persian Government, for the
purpose of enabling It to reestablish order
and secure the safety of the trade route.
I'ulersoii Jurist's Action Hnscd
on Discovery Which Will
He Kept Secret.
HANDS AFP HOVE
Charge Chnnped, nnd Snyder
Will Not flo to Electric
With tho declaration thntan Investiga
tion into hU family history compelled
him to believe that there whs a reason
why Lester K. Snyder might commit
murder, Judge William Hughes of Pater
son, N. J., yesterday morning, of his
own motion, changed a charge of murder
in the first degreo to second degree
murder nnd saved the accused from the
What that reason is neither tho Judge
nor Prosecutor Dunn nor ex-Judge Van
Clsve, defendant's counsel, would say
Expert working with the Judge had
discovered a taint which might make
Snyder subject to uncontrollable Im
pulses. All sides appeared to agree ns
to the justness of the Judge's conclusion
Young Snyder, who will not bo twenty
until December, u boy just out of school,
a member of a fairly well to do family .
of a good reputation nnd heir to the
small fortune of his grandmother and
mother, on the morning of May 7 last
went into the room in which his grand
mother and mother were sleeping and
without a word began shooting.
The aged grandmother was fatally
wounded, but the mother escaped un
hurt Snyder made no attempt to get away
and when arrested said with perfect self
possesslou that he committed his crimo
in order to get the money that would
come to him sooner or later -something
more than 125,000,
He showed no concern after arrest,
P-d - regre ami approached
his trial absolutely unmoved
It had been reported that the defence
in the case would be insanity nnd some ,
time ago Prosecutor Michael Dunn put
to work two alienists to combat that j
plea. The names of these men were not
Thev boaan their investigation and had
no difficulty in ascertaining that in the'
nelaliborhood In which tho bov lived he i
was regarded as healthy nnd mentally
normal. It was when Hiey began to go
Into the family history that they made j
the discovery to which the .nidge re
ferred In court.
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When young Snyder appeared in court
yesterday morning the Judge said aim-
ply: "I direct that the charge of murder i
In the first degree in this case lie changed
to murder in the second degree."
"That being the cn?e." hnid Judge Van
y., -. i. j . i... ..i , i.
cieve, inn iieieouaui iiieiiu-. nun tun,
j which meant thai ho would not contest
wltHlo mtHiits and pur
i I'0"1 a of "iU-v' "lt,,for'' w Pro
peed further I wish to read the following
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lor Hie recorti, sum .iinige iiiignen
-ln the case now before the court the
, court, after examining your family
j hlstoty with the asislance or experts,
.i,.,ii .!. ,i,r i- nn...rl
i 1 win hhivh itn i ........... (
I constitutional reason in your family his-
tory which might gos'ern your thoughts i
i . i ........ n,..refn,-..
I it hai ordered that the charge bo red need
. ' VnvSer wi,7se7ve noUess 'than fifteen
I or more mn hir, ar8 for )ho
' murHer of the grandmother and not
h , , nore h ,we,vo
, he attack on the mother, tho
j Prison sentences not to run concurrently .
MAD D0Q STRANGLES HIMSELF.
t'nua-ht In Picket Fence, lie Tries
to t'lrar. liles.
A pet brlndle bulldog, Imported from
Knglsnd by .Mrs. John Hills a wealthy
widow of 357 Bergen avenue. Jersey I
City, went mnd yesterday afternoon In,
the yard of the Kills home.
Mrs. Kills and Mrs. Claude Kdwnrdes,
wife of the president of the TVlewater
(HI Compun.v, went Into the yard when
j the dog begnn to snarl, but were driven
back. For nn hour the dog tore around
t the lot while the women nnu tne niaius
In the house screamed for help fromJxETANUS FOLLOWS AUTO HURT.
i w ndows,
lives near, warnea people ukuiiihi pass
Ing the house. Thu dog could not get
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... ...i jn... ..vvu.ic.u u .
' ,'"' , :,, , I','' ion September 20 In an automobile occl
h'',"".rn?" ,niJhe,,t,,',"-BJl"-.r!d'nt In which Dr. John 1.. Hughes o
to clear the fence. Ills head cnught
between two pickets nnd with IiIh body
on one side nnd his hend on the other
he slowly strangled to death. It took
him an hour to die. howling the while.
After denth a veterinarian said thnt
the dog wan In the last stages of this
READS PAPER, GETS $400,000.
llunkkerper Nurprlsed In Find
Wealth nud Twu llruthrrs.
PitovttiKNfK, Sept 30. John C. Beck,
bookkeeper In the Tiemont House,
Chestnut and Broad streets, has discov
ered that he Is the possessor of J400.000
In his own right, and that one of his
1 brother. Is u member of the London
Stock Kxchnnge and London Chamber
f'- '!,'KK w"s ohalrnian of the
Ilsh delegation to the congress. Beck's
nam" wus Begg ns n boy. He ran nvvny
from home twenty yearn ago, when he
was l!i years old.
Beck took the tlrst trnln to Boston
nnd found thnt F. F. Begg, the London
nnnncler, I his brother.
DRWRT'S IMIPERinn FORT W.K.
InTUUtbte for InvslMs and rnnval.terni.
n. i. ur.niii m .
r.wuv so.va cu., ut rwoo St.. .v.' v.
NOW IT'S THE STINGLESS BEE.
I : t. at I Ik t. Anlarlit lias I'roitnred New
lljlirlil Hone, tatherrr.
Sprctal Mile hnixtlr), lo Tun flc
I.ONtios, Sept. so. Tho stingless beo
is the next product of u man's Ingeiiiilly
Mr. Burrows, an apiarist of l.oitghton
in Essex, after two years of experiments
bus ohtuined a species of bee which can
be handled by a child in perfect safety
He muted the Cyprian drones nnd tho
Italian queens,' the result being tho pro
duction of harmless insects which, how
ever, are splendid workers, It is asserted
they aro less liablo to disease than the or
dinary honey gatherer.
It appears that the new product has a
stinger, but it Is useless as n weapon of
offence. Yet tliny din when they lose it.
STORY REAFFIRMS DIVORCE.
It r peats Thai lie lint One He fore
Mnrrvlng Hessle A bolt.
Uirton Sept. 30.-T Wnldo Story,
who says he is the husband of Hessie
Abott , a prima donna. In reply to the cable
gram from tho first Mrs. Story saying
she did not know anything of divorce
proceedings ugainst her, repeated this
afternoon that lie had obtained his divorce
nnd had then married Miss Abott. Mr.
Story was seen to-day when he called at
thu theatre for his second wlfo followiug
"I am surprised that this matter has
been brought up again as I thought I
answered it sufficiently in New York,"
he remarked. "However, I will say that
I secured my divorce and that I am mar
ried to MNs Abott. That is all I have to
say. I think that answers it sufficiently."
"1 am all upset by the circulation of
this story." said Miss Abott. "As this is
my first night in Boston, you will have to
excuse me anil allow Mr. Story to answer
NEW CHIEF AT SCOTLAND YARD,
Inspector McCarthy Succeeds I'roest
of t'rlpprn Case Fnine.
Special Cable Impale to The 8nx.
I.onpon. Sept. 30. Announcement
whs mule to-day that Chief Inspector
John McCarthy has been appointed to
succeed Frank Froest ns superintendent
of Scotland Yard, the noted British de
Supt. Froest. who retired n few days
ago, came Into prominence on two con
tinents during the famous Crlppen case.
MARCUS MAYER SUED FOR $30,000
I on pa I Sns Broker tines for
Kleven Years of Services.
Allegations that he treated Marcus
Mayer, head of the Stock Exchange
firm of Mayer & Co.. four hours a day
for months In the pust eleven years
are made by Dr. Theodore Koupal In
a bill of particulars tiled In the Supreme
Dr. Koupal has sued Mayer for $30,
000 for his services nnd Mayer de
manded the particulars.
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I .UHT lliin irmivu Willi n iuu iui uil
, '. . , .,
BANK PRESIDENT, 70, ELOPES.
Amay Willi Widow
ill) ami Who Lives Next
Bt.lKl.MlNUTON, III., Sept. 30.
v- lMark' 70 ,"ar'' oM' "'lllt' f thp
leading bank nt Manchester, and pos-
,i .,f ,.r,ul,l..r,.l.l r..ri,lnu s..,u.i
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yesterday with Mrs. Ida F. Antrobus.
s ' ,.''..Mr'
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"l their children or friends being let
, ln" "l'1
Clark hns been n widower eight years.
He often signed with lonesomeness, and
"luZJ Satrf .-.""T' '1
S"" 'd" wis" accM-mcT"""''"'
proposed and accepted.
WOMEN ATTACK HOME RULE.
ilareliloness Presides tM er ao.ono nt
.Meeting; In I Ister.
Spreiul Cable lleipaleh o Tiik Sin
Hki.fast, Sept. .to. The feminine, fea-
tuie of the present anti-homo nil., ngita
Hon in Ulster was brought into promt-
nence to-night wlien more than 30,000
women attended a demonstration hi Ulster
The Dowiiger Marchioness of Dufferin
nnd Avn presided at the meeting and In
her address declared that sho wan opposed
i to homo rule because it would perpetuate
the strife between the Irish factious, en-
clangoring tho people's liberties, and
financially ruin the country.
Mrs. I.o.il.a H, Clement "f .enr II o
ehelle In llospltnl Here.
Mrs. I.nulsa S. Clement, a wealthy
wotnun of New Hochelle, Is In the New
..,.. ., ,, , ., .., .,ll.l
I in n iiiiciiiiui in fi uuiikl-iiiup .uiiuiiiu
from tetanus. Her right leg was cut
Mount Vernon was killed.
The symptoms of tetanus first showed
on Saturday and her Jaws locked. Dr.
P. Tllton of 14 Kast Fifty-eighth street
Immediately Injected the tetanus anti
toxin und he hopes thnt his prompt ac
tion will save Mrs. Clement's (Ife. No
food could be given her on Saturday or
Sunday, but yesterday a silver tube was
Inserted between her teeth and liquid
food was given.
CROOKS SPOIL HIS SEA TRIP.
'Iiteniioi.il Bobbed of ft, 4110 .Near
Kvery steamship pier In New York
harbor Is being watched for two thieves
who stole $1,100 from an unsuspecting
Chicago man, John Lnuge, on Snturduy
afternoon, which prevented him from
sailing for Germany aboard the Koenl
gen Lulse of the North German Lloyd
lie did not report his loss to the
lloboken police until yesterday.
I.angn said after meeting two
strangers one complained of feeling III
nnd asked l.ange to hold his wallet,
When the stranger rccoverrd ho slipped
his hand Into Lunge's pocket to get his
wallet. Instead of his own he got
Hsr.srfl ar Osford ths lBi
enld or theU
eycglmet, si Sptaotr's, 7 tltldt
Clapp Committee- Learns
More About the Roosevelt
TO RECALL CORTELYOU
Treasurer's Own Letter
Shows 295.000 More Than
1906' FUND 83,500,000
llarriman's Urgent Invitation
to White House Be-
gan in 1901.
CONSULTED ABOUT OFFICES
Roosevelt's Cordial Relations
With Itailroad Man Shown
Wasiiinpto.v, Sept. 30. A complete
record of the correspondence between
the late Edward II. Harrlman and Theo
dore Iioosevett was laid before the
Senate Investigating committee this
afternoon from the letter file of the late
These letters not only strengthened
the general Impression of the close rela
tions existing at one time, between Mr.
Harrlman and Mr. lionsevelt In regard
to "Government matters" but showed i
that the financier was consulted by Mr
Iloosevelt on several occasions In regard
One of these appointments seems to
have been a Cabinet officer. Another
Involved the Governorship of Arizona
and the Chief Justiceship of the Su
preme Court In that State.
Mr. Harrlman was opposed to the ap
pointment of II. A. Fowler as Governor
of Arizona. He objected because ia
contended Mr. Fowler was- a strong
partisan of the Santa Fo llall.oad. Mr.
Roosevelt did not see how he could avoid
appointing him because he was com
miter to his candidacy and because Paul
Morton, a Santa Fe man, was a mem
ber of his Cabinet, f
Mn Iloosevelt assured Harrlmai
however, that he would "twist Fowler
neck as If lie was n chicken" the mr,
ment he found he was showing a par
tlcle of favor to the Santa Fe. M
Harrlman persisted In his opposition t
Fowler and he wan not appointed.
ltniisexelt's Urgent Invitation.
The record of correspondence botwee
Mr. Hnrrlmun und Mr. Iloosevelt be, '
ginning ns far back as 1901 shows tin,
Mr. Iloosevelt himself was frequentl x
urging the railroad man to come to th;
White House to dinners and lunchei, ,
There was nothing to Indicate In lht'
correspondence, ns Col. Roosevelt's re-i
cent statements have Intimated, thaty
Mr. Hurrtman himself was sollcltouu
about Interviews with him.
The correspondence Introduced In exi- l
denco to-day throws no new light upon I
the controversy over the $250,000 Har- 1
rlman contribution, but It Is lllumlnat- I
I Ing In regard to Mr. Itnospvelt's cordial
land inviting attitude toward Mr. Har-
rlman up to and until after the election
Important facts corroboratory of Mr.
llarriman's version of this campaign
contribution controversy were, how
ever, brought out In the course of the
C. C. Tegethoff, Mt. llarriman's for
mer secretary, produced u receipt signed
by the late Cornelius N, Bliss, treasurer
of the Republican National Committee,
for a $50,000 contribution made by Mr.
Harrlman to tho Iloosevelt fund. This
receipt was signed on November 2, a
few days before the 1904 election, and
represented a part payment of the
$250,000 contribution raised by Mr. Har
rlman. The Importance of the Bliss receipt
lies In the fact that Col. Iloosevelt had
contended thnt this money was not
raised to help out his cause but to
Have tho State ticket, nnd went not
to the National Committee but to State
.lariare l.nxett Handled Fnnit,
Mr. llarriman's former secretary tes
tified that the remaining $200,000 of
this $250,000 fund was raised at the
same time that Mr. Harrlman made th
$50,000 payment. The fund Itself
passed through Tegelhoff's hands. He
i testified that there xvere two checks of
$50,000 each, besides Mr. llarriman's
checks. He did not know the other
contributors, as the checks were sent
to him by brokerage houses. The en
tiro fund was turned over by him to
Mr. Harrlman, who In turn, according
to Tegethoff, handed It to Judge Ilobert
Ixivett, then Mr. llarriman's counsel,
and now chairman of the Union Pacific
Judge Lovett will bo called as u wit
ness, nnd there Is u possibility thnt
through his mouth oroof may be ob
tained thut this ;25i).000 wus paid to
Cornelius N. Blum ruf the Nutlonal
Both Mr. Tegutholt and Charles A.
Peabody, president of tho Mutual Life
Insurance Company and formerly Mr.
j llarriman's counsel, testified that Mr.
( Hurrlman had told them that Mr.
Iloosevelt summoned him to Washing-
ton and Impot tuned him to rnise money
' to save the day in New York Stale.
I Mr, Iloosevelt has ilpnlcd emphatically
thnt he made any such request and Mr.
Loeb, his former secretary, who says
he was present nt the Interview be
; tween Iloosevelt and Harrlman, has cor
, roborated him, Mr. Ilonsevplt contends
that Harrlman himself was frightened
and was peeking his aid to snvo Odell
and Hlgglns In New York State,
Espectrd Mission fnr tlpperr.
For the first time the name of th
man who assisted Mr. Harrlman In
raising this $260,000 fund was mad